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From: Sherlock Holmes <>
Subject: Re: DEVINE - WILSON marriage in Armagh
Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2007 16:18:01 +1300
>>> I have a Robert Devine born in Northern Ireland, in 1793 and married in
> Armagh in 1826.
>>>> .... Maybe Robert had a brother or sister who had Sarah as their child.
>>>> .... Have you got any other information we can work on.
> Actually, I can add one more bit of information I overlooked ... the couple
> were David WILSON and Sarah DEVINE. Their names are given in the marriage
> announcement for son William in London, Ontario. We ad always suspected his name
> was David (my father's name also), but had no record of it until now. As I
> stated earlier, David WILSON died in Armagh and Sarah & children emigrated to
> Canada ... route unknown.
> The online records for Ireland are very incomplete and I've never had enough
> information before to engage the services of an Ireland-based researcher ...
> until now.
> Brad Wilson
> researching all Newcombs world-wide
Likely port of immigration into Canada could be Grosse Island in Quebec,
Your best bet concerning Tartaraghan, Armagh, Ireland is the PRONI
unfortunately you or a representative will need to visit and look at the
Parish records that are more than likely on Microfilm, I know for a fact
that the Portadown ones are for the Church of Ireland (C.O.I) as I have
You may need to hire a professional researcher in Ireland, rather
expensive I must admit, easier to do it your self if possible.
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